The Malta International Food Festival 2016 @ Mdina
MaltaFri May 6th 2016 to Mon May 9th 2016
Malta, Mdina DitchMalta https://www.myguidemalta.com/events/the-malta-international-food-festival-2016--mdina VISIT WEBSITE
----------- FREE ENTRANCE --------------- Friday 6th - Saturday 7th May 18:00 till late Sunday 8th May 11:00 - 19:00 Malta’s unique fortified medieval city, Mdina, will be hosting the Malta International Food Festival, 3 days of gastronomic alfresco eating and drinking as well as family fun entertainment. Over the recent years, the festival has managed to attract pronounced attention from thousands who have visited the festival to taste the food from over 10 international cuisines. An estimate of 17,000 people have attended during the 2015 edition. During this festival, patrons can indulge in freshly-prepared food. Desserts and surprises, together with live cooking shows and spectacles are the order of the day. Designated food areas are carefully decorated to give the visitors the opportunity to virtually transport themselves to the countries and regions being depicted through the culinary expertise of the chefs. During the event, patrons are entertained with live performances on two different stages offering the likes of Malta’s finest artists which shall compliment to the atmosphere. Children will also have their share with activities including bouncy castles and ongoing animation to their delight. The way it works is easy. Entrance is free of charge; patrons will have to purchase tokens and redeem in any food they desire. Drinks, including a variety of quality wine, will be available for purchase inside the ditch. This year we will also be serving breakfast on Sunday morning as early as 7am while one can also visit one of the museums operated by Heritage Malta at Mdina and Rabat for half price on Sunday. The Malta International Food Festival is being held on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th from 18:00 onwards and Sunday 8th May all day. Park and ride service will be made available from the surrounding roads leading to Mdina and buses are available on schedule.
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